Trax feat. Donna Summer, Linda Clifford, Parliament, Soul Vision

Black lady  –  Donna Summer (After marrying, Donna became Mrs. Sommer however, there was a mixed-up with her surname spelling … track from her fourth album “I remember yesterday” & written by Donna, Giorgio Moroder & Pete Bellotte)

You are, you are  – Linda Clifford (The ‘Queen of Curtom Records’ delivers this diamond  – from her second album “If my friends could see me now” … this trak written by Curtis Mayfield & produced by Gil Askey with background vocals courtesy of The Jones Girls)

Up the down stroke  –  Parliament (After contractual problems with his original band “The Parliaments – group leader George Clinton a changed direction and dropped the ‘s’ … signed to Casablanca Records before going unto P-Funk domination across the world)

Don’t stop  –  Soul Vision (Also known as “Kings of Tomorrow are Jose’ Burgos & Sandy Rivera … credited to D’Layna on some releases  – an original Bassclef/Deep Vision Records)



Trax feat. The Three Degrees, Change feat. Jocelyn Shaw/Brown, The Memphis Horns, Leisha Moore

Maybe  –  The Three Degrees (Discovered by Richard Barrett – The Three Degrees recorded singles for a variety of singles including Swan Records … written by Richard and released on Swan, The Degrees decided to reprise the single for their album with a different arrangement and ‘Rap’ intro for Roulette Records)

Girl it’s a love affair  –  Change (An Italian/American studio creation by Fred Jacques Petrus & Mauro Malavaisi and inspired by Nile Rogers/Bernard Edwards’s “Chic” … rhythm was recorded in Bologna, Italy and vocals in New York courtesy of session vocalist extra-ordanaire Jocelyn Shaw more familarly know as Jocelyn Brown)

What the funk  –  The Memphis Horns (Having being the Horn/Brass section to a various Stax recordings,  including Elvis Presley, Aretha Franklin the band decided to branch out on the own … released on RCA Records from the album ‘Get up & Dance’)

Damn what a feeling  –  Leisha Moore (Easy Street was the label, Smack Music was the production, written by Healey Lecator  also known as “Major” Healey)

Trax feat. Miki Howard, Love Symphony Orchestra, Skyy, Modjo

But i love you  –  Miki Howard (Discovered by Side Effect’s leader Augie Johnson – Miki later became the female voice of Side Effect during their tenure at Elektra Records before going solo … from the album “Femme Fatale” released on Giant Records)

Let me be your fantasy  –  Love Symphony Orchestra (As Disco Music became more succesful – Bob Guccione, owner of the soft-porn magazine “Penthouse” used his millions which resulted in this album … featuring a variety of New York session musicians including vocalists Diva Gray, Gwen Guthrie, Lani Groves & Yvonne Lewis)

Call me  –  Skyy (Not to be confused with the U.K. group of the same name … New York’s eight piece band includes three sisters and Solomon Roberts, co-writer & co-producer  – together with writer/producer/arranger Randy Muller formed “Alligator Bit Him Productions where their first original albums were released on Salsoul Records)

Chillin’  –  Modjo (Two Parisian based  musicians put together an album which includes a various legal samples – the original Chillin’ featured “Le Freak – Chic … remixed by Chicago House God Derrick Carter which puts it unto a higher level)